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  • Oct 30, 1990
    Garth Brooks' album "No Fences" is certified gold and platinum by the RIAA
    Oct 30, 1990
    Columbia releases Mike Reid's first solo single, "Walk On Faith"
    Oct 30, 1990
    Mercury releases Kathy Mattea's "A Few Good Things Remain"
    Oct 30, 1990
    Don Gibson undergoes hip-replacement surgery at Nashville's Saint Thomas Hospital
    Oct 30, 1990
    Jimmy Dean's wife of 40 years, Mary Sue Dean, files for divorce in New Jersey after accusing the singer and sausage king of having an affair with Nashville singer Donna Meade. She asks for $612,000 a year; he offers $120,000
    Oct 30, 1990
    Ferlin Husky leaves Nashville's Baptist Hospital, where he's undergone a heart bypass. On hand to celebrate his recovery are Brenda Lee, Chet Atkins, Johnny Russell, Jean Shepard, Skeeter Davis, Jack Greene, Connie Smith and Bill Anderson
    Oct 31, 1990
    Carl Belew dies of cancer in Salina, Oklahoma. Belew earned Top 10 hits with "Am I That Easy To Forget" and "Hello Out There," and wrote Eddy Arnold's "What's He Doing In My World," among others
    Oct 31, 1990
    Paulette Carlson announces she's leaving Highway 101

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